AT&T Cellular Users Tracked Continuously - Even When Phone TURNED OFF

AT&T Cellular Users Tracked Continuously - Even When Phone TURNED OFF
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The video below, from a licensed Private Detective, reveals that through a "policy change" every customer of AT&T Cellular services is now tracked 24/7/365 whether they have their cellular phone turned on -- or OFF. 

The phone still communicates with AT&T cell towers to "ping" location info, even when owner turns phone off; turns "data" off and turns off location services. 

The private detective performs "sweeping" for listening devices for private citizens, and has known for years he must turn off his cell phones when checking for devices inside a client location.  But recently, he and his crew found that their cell phones were still emitting location data, even though the phones were turned off!

He called AT&T and found they changed their policy to track every cellular customer, every 15 to 30 seconds, whether the customer has the phone on or not.

Even if you turn off location services, turn off cellular data, or turn the phone itself off, the phone still pings the cell tower with your location!

Here's the proof:

Did you give AT&T permission to track you when your phone is off?

For those who want control over their own privacy, it appears to be time to switch to a different cellular carrier.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    Mark Petrey · 16 days ago
    AT&T is contact tracing across it networks could be an explanation.

    Contract tracing across cell phone networks either require a complicit cellular carrier in partnership with authorities or an app that is also complicit!

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2020/may/08/how-covid-19-contact-tracing-can-help-beat-the-pandemic
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    Plasma DL · 18 days ago
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      · 18 days ago
      This video has been removed for violating YouTube's Terms of Service
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    H H · 19 days ago
    OLD. news for all carriers
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    Jamie England · 19 days ago
    All cell phone users are being tracked.
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    juice guy · 19 days ago
    Can someone get a proper RF enclosure with a 0-20ghz spectrum analyzer and show us a better camera angle?
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    juice guy · 19 days ago
    Hal, I watched this halfwit trying to prove that it was transmitting for like 20mins. He didn't prove anything the entire video. These detectors have a sensitivity toggle and 1 red light just means u need to turn it down a notch. Jeez. Not saying its not true but this guy didnt show us anything.
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      H H · 19 days ago
      Your phone continues to seek a cell tower when off. I live in an areas where reception is bad - one bar reception bar.. I've had my phone physically off and the battery drains. It is in use. Create a faraday cage to block all signals.
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    UpandAtom · 20 days ago
    I use a FawkesBox. Put your phone in the case and the faraday case cuts off all signals even Bluetooth
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    A1776 · 20 days ago
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    · 20 days ago
    By the way... is there supposed to be a link here leading to a video or something or is it just a picture of a guy, with glasses' holding a phone and some other gadget?
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      · 20 days ago
      Oops! Had to allow that video's IP address in for a minute. 4 levels of security on this computer. Good grief.
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    Deborah Cresswell · 20 days ago
    So, leave your phone at home!
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    Jeff Johnson · 20 days ago
    Don't forget that ATT is the parent company of CNN.
    So if you support ATT with your monthly user subscription money then you approve of CNN
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      HeyJude · 20 days ago
      All of these mega-corporations have interlocking Boards of Directors. So you really can't avoid the problem because essentially there are only a few monstrous monopolies.
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        · 20 days ago
        Interlocking Boards of Directors are indeed the key, allowing for better control of the global systems. You cannot occupy such a position without allegiance to the Luciferian cred. Usually via higher degree masonic membership. (don't tell anyone I said that)
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    WarER · 20 days ago
    President Trump has said multiple times that he can’t stand AT&T. I’ll be switching back to Verizon as soon as I can!
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      HeyJude · 20 days ago
      It would be naive to think that all of the major cell providers are not doing the same thing.
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    · 20 days ago
    If a phone has GPS and your name on the bill... a duh. An who say'a it's just ATT phones? I recall reading articles 10 years ago showing how phones were tracked even when off. We were even taking the batteries out in hopes that would stop the process.
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      HeyJude · 20 days ago
      Absolutely true. I was on a program over 10 years ago where it was described in a briefing that a major cell phone provider could also listen in via your phone microphone at any time, even if you were not using your phone and it was sitting in your pocket. Now we can also assume "they" can look at your camera too, on command.
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    Bill craig · 20 days ago
    If you really want to go private. Put your cell phone in a lead film case. I have one from when I used to travel. It was used to protect you camera film at the airports from the x ray machines.
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      · 20 days ago
      You can purchase sleeves embedded with a wire mesh forming a " faraday cage" around the phone.
      Run a search on "faraday cage phone case"
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    Charles Yearwood · 20 days ago
    I would do without a phone before going to AT&T for anything. I’m on Verizon since 2006 and never had any major issues. They also have good customer service. Leave AT&T and go somewhere, anywhere.